- director Pekka Karjalainen
- screenplay Leena Virtanen
- cinematography Heikki Färm
- music Pekka Karjalainen, Heikki Silvennoinen
- editing Kauko Lindfors
- cast Aapo Ahtola, Heikki Hela, Sami Helle, Outi Kero, Inkeri Kivimäki
- producers Riikka Poulsen
- production Meguru Production
- sales The Finnish Film Foundation
- format 35 mm
Young woman Siiri (26) is about to move from home. Her aim is to become independent and she is dreaming about LOVE. Like quite many young women. However, there is one separating factor: Siiri is intellectually disabled. Siiri is proceeding well in becoming independent. She lives in an innovative dormitory and will not live on social security and instead gets a real job. Siiri falls in love with Santeri (31). Santeri is not intellectually disabled. For awhile happiness is blooming. Siiri´s friend Suski (23) who lives in the same dormitory is desperately dreaming about marriage and not being careful enough, ends up being sexually abused. This event, along with the unbiased relationship between Siiri and Santeri, brings all the hidden attitudes to the surface.
Pekka Karjalainen (born in 1961) studied at the Film Department of the University of Art and Design Helsinki UIAH from which he graduated as Master of Arts. Karjalainen has worked as a sound designer in more than 30 feature-length films. The films he has directed include the documentary film THE RHYTHM (RYTMI, 1991), the feature-length road movie HYSTERIA (1993), the television films A PASTORAL (PASTORAALI, 1995) and BEATLEHEM (2003) as well as the feature film JACKPOT (KUMMELIN JACKPOT, 2006).